film screen mammography

film screen mammography

a breast radiographic technique in which a special single-emulsion film and high-detail intensifying screens are used. The technique provides a fine image at radiation exposure levels of less than 1 rad, compared with older methods that generated radiation levels of as much as 16 rad.
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The net result is the ability to deliver improved workflow and reading efficiency compared with traditional film screen mammography systems.